Authorities in White Nile state have released 48 people in bail after been arrested in charges relating with damage actions. Sudanese Media Center SMC reported.
Damages reports filed to security authorities in the state during the protests have reached 35 reports 27 of which recorded by public utilities, 14 reports filed by Zakat Chamber, 13 by different institutions and 8 reports by private enterprises.
The sources added, 25 involved in damages acts were released in bail beside release of 11 women, pointing there’re 35 accused remained in custody for further investigations.
It’s worth mentioning that the number of accused arrested during the unrest in the state is 83 persons
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